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The attention of Magistrate and others
it called to Section 3 ot Article H2 of the
Constitution of the llepuMIc, wherein It U
required that the ityle of all iirocisseaMiull
b "The Hepubllo of Hawaii," and all i-o
rcutlons r-hall he carried on In the iinmo
nd by the authority of the ltpubll! of
Hawaii. A. K.JUUD,
Judiciary Building, July 13, 1KU.
ftut gaUjj gitlUiin.
PUdgrd to neither 8et not thirty,
But EitablUhed for the Bene fit of All.
FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1894.
There is no doubt that it was
rerjr hasty pieco of legislation for
the Constitutional Convention to
prescribe iu the fundamental law
that jurors must take the oath of
allegiance. There was never any
auch restriction under the mon
archy, or there would hare been no
foreign jury. In all probability the
restriction will seriously interfere
with eveu the foreign jury now,
while it will block all business be
foro the Hawaiian jury throughout
the islands. If the Convention was
of a mind to abolish tho privilege
of trial by jury, it should havo done
so clearly and cleanly.
THK TROUBLE IN GOREA.
Prom au obliging Japanese resi
dent a few particulars of the war iu
Corea are obtalued. It appears
thero is a joint protectorate of
China and Japan ovor Corea, tho
treaty forbidding either to make
any military demonstration in the
country without notifying tho other.
Japanese papers claim that tho Chi
nese Government has violated this
provision. Doth countries are, at
11 events, now sending large bodies
of troops into Corea. The Chiueso
army there about June 2) numbered
50,000, aud wore shortly to havo 80,
000 iu the country. Japauuso papers
at tho same time reported 30,000 of
thoir nation's troops in Corea. Both
armies have contingents iu the capi
tal, where tho king of Corea is shel
tered at tho Japanose consulate.
There is groat excitement through
out Japan over the affair. All
Japanese men over seventeen years
ot age are being registered for
three years' military sorvire in the
home guard. Chinese residents iu
Japan aud Japanese residents in
in China are respectively ordered
home. Fifty Japaueso women iu
Chemulpo, Coroa, havo taken flight
for their native couutry, aud 800
Chinose residents at the same port
havo tied home. The Chinese com-maudor-in-cbiof
has loft for Corea
with three war vessels. All of the
Chinese merchant steamers havo
changed to German registry, which
is interpreted by Japanese papers to
nieau that China is resolved to fight.
Chiuese telegraph ofllces refuse to
traustnit any Japanese dispatches.
There was an important meeting of
the Japanose Cabinet at Count Ito'a
house about June 23, but the result
of the deliberations had not trans
pired excepting as could be surmised
from subsequent warlike movements.
The British warships Centurion and
two others at Hakodate had orders
to propare within 21 hours to go to
Corea, aud a Russian warship left
auddenly for the saino ncone of prob
able war between tho two great
Oriental powers. Iu additiou to the
foregoing culled from Japanese ver
nacular journals, a few items are
found in tho Shanghai Celestial Em
pira, au English paper. The follow
ing paragraph shows how Chiuese
interference in Corea came about.
A native paper Hays that the lead
era of the Corean rebellion mauaged,
in about ten days, to muster 10,000
followers, and when tho Govorumuiit
soldiers were sent against tho rebels,
the latter defeated them, aud iu
their retreat thoy left all their arms
aud ammunition on tho field, which
tho rebels took possession of. After
the engagement Tsun-chow, the
capital of that province, was taken,
when many thousands more joined
the ranks ot the rebels. This to
frighteuud the Kim.' that he inline
diately appealed to Chiua for help,
which was promised at once. Li
Uuug-chaug despatched his Provin
cial Commander-in-chief with au
army, as well as tho Tai Yuen Briga-dier-Gouoral
Neo Ktiug-tiug, to as
sist him. The latter started on the
tjth lust, fur Corea, with troops, and
landed on tho Oth, when they re
ceived hoarty welcome from tho
people Nee issued proclamations
aud sent oUlcors to post them up at
Tsun-chow to warn tho rebels to
disband themsolves immediately.
He was about to tako his troops
there to exterminate the rebels ss
soon as Yell arrived
From the same paper it is learned
that the Nippon Yushen Kaishn, the
company owning tho steamers that
bring Japanese labor immigrants to
Hawaii, is adding seven steamers to
its fleet by purchasing instead of
ohartoriug -iu consequence of its
coastwise trallio being crippled
through tho detaching of several
steamers from tho Hues for public
Mrvice in connection with the
The terminal exercises of Kallhi
waena school took plnco on Thurs
day morning. There was so large
an attendance of paronts and friends
as to crowd the schoolhouse. John
Phillips, T. A. Lloyd, Prof. H. Bor
gor and P. J. Testa were among tho
visitors who crowded the grounds.
Miss Agnew is principal of tho
school and Mil's Lynch assistant
teacher. There are about 100 pupils
in tho school. The primary grade
children were let out at 10:30. Miss
Agnew's pupils gave an interesting
exhibition. Drawing and handiwork
of the pupils were shown and much
admirnu. besides some artistic work
in decorative designs aud sketches
oi facos and buildings on tho boards,
one or two young lads did some re
markably clover sketching in pre
sence of tho visitors. Ono little
fellow iu particular drew a face with
au offhand flourish that would do
no discredit to a professional car
toonist. In vocal music the school
made au excellent showing, in both
solos aud choruses. The tonic sol-fa
system has boon taught with good
results. Led by G. C. Kenyon the
pupils sang a madrigal from "The
Mikado," l'insuti's spring song and
other artistic part songs, aud al
though the best tenor singer was
absent the piece was well rendered.
Specimens of sewing by tho girls
woro displayed in dog, cat aud
doll cushions and baseball caps.
There wero ouough of tho former
to give each girl one, and of the
latter to supply all the boys
wanting them. Spinning tops and
picture books woro also given as
rewards, and no happier school has
broken up for tho holidays. Miss
Agnew's industrial teaching was
lately praisod by tho Minister of
Finance iu tho Councils.
The Art Leagu.
At a meeting of the charter mem
bers of the Art League tho full
name "Kllobana Art League" was
Kllohnna is a pure Hawaiian word
indicating the purposo aud aim of
the society as nearly as does any by
a people who possessed little or no
art. Due credit must bo accorded a
prominent member of the Historical
Society for tho suggestion of tho
uamo and an account of its deriva
The date of the regular 'Fall"
exhibition of the Kflohnna Art
League is set for November. Tho
work of nuy one interested in art
work will be exhibited subject to
tho approval ot the couiuiitteo of
selection, the samo as for any regular
Paintings, sculpture, carvings,
etchings sketches aud original draw
ings will be exhibited. Original
work from nature or life is required.
Copies of pictures, enlargements
from prints or photographs, etc.,
will not be considered.
Invitation to all who may wish to
exhibit at this tiext exhibition is
hereby cordially extended, that timo
be given for the execution of such
work, which must bo ready to pro
sent to the jury of selection by the
1st of November.
Any aud all are invited to contri
bute their work.
D. Hon-.uio lltTnicocK,
Pros. Kilohaua Art League.
On the China Station.
Tho following naval items are
from the Celestial Empire of Shang
hai of .June US;
II. B. M. cruiser Porpoise arrived
iu Shanghai from Haukow, on Tues
day. The U S. man-of-war Monocacy
arrived at Kiukiuugon tho night of
tho Kit li inst., and was to leave thoro
on the 20ih for down river.
The French flagship Bayard and
corvette Porfait, which have been
lying at Chefoo for some time, loft
that port on Weduesday for ('ho
The British mau-ot-war Undaunt
ed was expocted at Singapore on the
18lb iust. Sue was reported by wire
as at Aden on the 3rd. It is con
sidered probable, the Free Press
h, that she may not touch at
tiongkoug ou account of the plague,
but go straight on to join the Ad
miral's flag at Yokohama.
Chamberlaiu's is the best of all.
Vincent J Barkl, of Daubury, Iowa,
has used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy whenever iu need of a medicine
for coughs aud colds, for the past
five years utid says: "It always helps
me out. If anyone asks me what
kind of cough mediciue I use, I re
ply, Chamberlain's, that ts the best
ot all. 25 and 50c. bottles for sale
by all dealers. Beusou, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands By Lewis J, Levey.
EXEC'UTOH'S SALE OF THE
Of the Lata Dr. Trousseau.
1 am Instructed In Menm. Unite Cart
vs rrlit niul 11 K. Mulntyri, Kiecut trn n(
I lie K-Ht.it- of tliti lultt )r. TroiiBiiau, !o
Mill at 1'ulillo Auction, at my biilesrooius,
On MONDAY, July 10th,
AT in OTLOl'K A. M
Tim Whnlu of the Valnaiile Library belong
IliK to said folate, culiaUtlliK of
English and French Medical, Scientific,
Botanical and Historical Works.
Ami 11 luri;" number of
French Novels by Eminent Authors.
tA. The ubovti valuable cullerUoii am
HUM Oil VWtt
AriltHTCI.AI'H HVI.KSMAN. OOOll
clmnce for a ,;l"'l iiihii to lieronif
MiuiiKxvr. roiillk'iiuu oir. r rluim-d Im
tuedlaifly. Addri-a with rufvrnvi"ti, M..
u. I," Ucllhim U01c. lUU-St
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'a
Tuesday, July 3, IHH
The scheme to run a line of
steamers from Tacoma to Yo
kohama, making Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak
ing shape. Tacoma is now,
and has been for several years,
the shipping point for a vast
amount of products of North
Western Washington. Rail
roads from points east of the
mountains connect the great
wheat producing district of
Walla Walla Valley with tide
water and the promoters of the
new line anticipate a large
business in Washington pro
ducts between these points.
We understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by means of a
transport between Tacoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure
the business without the extra
handling of freight Washing
ton is a great state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
of wheat and giving to the peo
ple of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can grow. If a line of steamers
from Tacoma to Yokohama
calling here could be made to
pay it would certainly be a
good thing for Hawaii. Every
vessel that docks here means
money to the merchants; the
more vessels, the more money,
and it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on Puget Sound got
most of its business through
the fact of its being the port of
entry for the Sound. As time
passed other towns sprung up
and developed into cities of
larger and stronger growth
than the other, and they were
in time made sub-ports of en
try. From that time until to
day it has been a case of the
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its $300,000
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance"; vessels which formerly
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has gone with it. So it has
been here on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
dead; hundreds of people here
can remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time. Is money as plentiful in
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaleships? It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
days when the shipping at La
haina was larger than it is to
day. It is as easy, then, to
calculate the benefits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu.
If there has ever been a
better iron stove than the
"Pansy" manufactured we've
not heard of it. Hundreds of
these stoves are in use here,
and every one has given satis
faction. We have them in
three sizes and keep getting
them by every steamer. If
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity of
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a "Pansy."
The "D. & U" polisher will
succeed Sapolio just as the
safety has succeeded the old
time velocipede. We have
tried this polisher for every
purpose for which Sapolio is
used and find it superior.
Hawaiian Bardwara Co., I'd
llpiMlU Hirwikill' Hlook
r7 VHtUT STItWICT.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Corner Fort 8b Hotel St a.
Front u (urge and varied stock
particular attention to the following:
Comprwing California lluy, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oat, Corn.
In addition to our
carrying Washington if run, uatu nnu Koiicd Hurley.
These ure each ponsi'8sed of strong feeding properticn and
are well worth a trial by all interested in Btoek.
'Li' T -"'i TT 'I California! and
- 7-' J WaihiiQtoa State.
Royal and 'Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. l--lwr lb - i m. i mar
M, tm, !U ir cmi.
LlTtriKwl Ooarae, lt lb -
KtiKllkb Dairy. '.
HAM, HAI'ON, OHKKNK
I T Morton' Knifliab Oroorlta,
Urnaa A BUckwnU'a Kujrllah OrocwHoa,
Ubby, MoNrU ft Ubby'a Oanml Hu,
Ulchardaon 4k Robbin'a Oannwl
Pie. Tabla ami l... Drown Wiappm
7X and Ift th
A large anu Etc., KU
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" I
Plaiiiaiiiin Supplies. Hare, Dry Mi
Crockery, Puilum. inc., Rtc.
M.WAYh Ot HANI)
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
KwongSingLoyf SING T0Y7
107 tint St.. "Tdooiii Block."
HotudJ Tele 33. P. 0. Box 207.
CliinuNe, Japjuiosi and Indian (mU!
Indian Silks, Luccb and Linena,
Jupunurio Grapes, Chint'HO Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurt'b,
GrurfH Cloth, Rattan Chains, Etc., Ktc.
rSA Comi.l.'to TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cuttfiri and a complete lino of Eulitm and
Aint'i'ican hulling. IVrlect lit guaranteed.
OABHMKKKS, I.INKN4, l.AWNB, MUBL1N6
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
TrunkH, ValiHCb, Willow Ware,
Tublo Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Ktc.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
FEJiR, S. S. " GhA.HJIiIO.''
Have mud- uuothor
IlianilH nf I.A COXSTANOU ami
Largo Asuortment of Shapes and Bizns
For Sale in Bond or Duty P.id. Cur, Fort A ierctmn! Strcttft.
tiHiinl stock of thene we are now
liarreU anil Half Harrvu
"I'ltlllMr," Kuitcffr-a Im lit, ami iaiwrn.
CIO A ItS
a. ulioliw ani .if iM.iii.tf iw.Mi.ik
91-89 Kln St., inr lionikti Si
'Botual Tele. 680. P. 0. Rot 207.
Lnrgu Importation ot
Eb COM ETA
the undersigned would
CUT RATES ?
TUST COMPARE THE FIGURES TOO BUSY
Culver's Root Beer
Celery Beef and Iron. ...
Scott's Emulsion (largo)
Scott's Emulsion (small)
Fig Syrup (large)
Fig Syrup (small)
kT Wo have
fblundt). We allow
( !L I ! I
"Sff fort qi rt
Robinson Block, Hotel
We have .hiKt Received from Sun Francisco per Burkentine
"Planter" the Largest ANMOitincut of Furni
ture ever imported into thin coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Boll-I Oak aud of thn Very Utcit Donlgn. Alio,
Kituloii rntilcs all Mu-a with Chairs and Bldcboanli to match,
We hare a complete ttouk of thcie good.
invaim mTrd with l'ortlcrs are tho
WICKER WARE I
W have hraiitlful deal(ni of these good, coimlktlna of Hufa, Uhalrt, Bookara, Etc
Ktc ou cau kci thcv Kodr In any Oulih yoa detlre.
Parlor I'liaira, DlnlUK-Pxini Chair, Hocking Chain, Oltlce Ubalra, ITphuliitered Chairs.
lilxh Chain, Ktc., Ktc.
Cribs and Cradles!
tritf- aruMirtnidnt of Woven Wire MiUrcusui, Sprlne, Hair, Minn, Wool and Straw Mat
trtaitra on hand and made to order.
MVKOKKHK KHArilKKB ANDHII.IC K1.088 KOK I'll.f.OWB,
WINDOW 61IADKH IN AM. OOI.OItS AND HI.KU,
COlt.NIOKl'Ol.l-.H IN WOOD OH IIKAHS Till UMINOH
Unm. Lqqqulcs and
HKI'AIKKD AT ItKAHONAULK HATKH.
Cabinet Making " Branches by Competent Workmen
We limfcf a siwlul feature uf INTKItlOH DKCORATINO,
It undnr the x-rsonal supervlHlou of Mb.
All our OooUs are tlrnt-uluaa and
convince the most skeptical.
Oar Prices are Positively Placed tt Bedrock.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual G45
ORDW A Y-& PORTEK.
VING FAT CHAN
Beg to Inform tlin jmblli: that thoy
huvH opennd u
Branch Store at Mo. 322 KunanQ Street,
Where Ihey carry a foniilit line of
UKDKOOM SKTS, UllAlltB,
er.VNDS, Etc., Ktc, Kt.
Furniture Repaired aud General Jobblug
al Heuouable Rale.
VING FAT CHAN,
If.".' Niiuami fliiifi.
Jb ' J. JZv Jbii !
Old Stand Sweot AwavjjB,,5,MRS'k
I AM UTII.I. I'ltCI'Allrill I'd Hl!l'hU. ,
Intoiid, lltoiiiiriu'i,or liiiild Miy till lit: ;
hflotiKlliK to the llnlhlliiK Tradn.
All ordrm led with Julin Null.
Kiiik trtt, will Im imniitiy wIIhuM io.
(. W. LINCOLN.
Entry dicriptiunuJUR PHIS I'lb
&.., nl llw lUtlUUn OfLt
the Lurgimt and Beit Stock on
NO ONE to undersell tw.
T 333 ID )
TConolnlu PC. T
St., bet. Port ft Nnninn.
latest thing out
W have Uirm Id
from the very
Ulit Deni(ni. A vfalt will
Corner Ntiuinu ft Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKCKIVKD IIY EVI5UV bTKAMER.
Silk Dress Goods,
- A ! C01.01tk-
JAIANESE SILK GKAPE,
JAl'ANKBK COTTON UliAl'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
tillk. lllonh. Hi Ik Nwiktlfs.
llandkiri htefh. HIimwIs, Huuhni,
i Hosiery and Uhtuuliea,
Silk aiitl Cotton Kttuouos !
; Prices Cheaper than Ever !
G. E. BOARDMAN,
MII.K AUK.NT IMH